“Resistance management with a new site of action” with Dr Gregory Kemmitt - Corteva Global Biology Leader, Fungicide Development Team.
Now that you have watched the video, you should have a greater understanding of:
✓ How a piece of unique chemistry works against key cereal diseases.
✓ Where and how Inatreq™ active acts within the plant to inhibit disease development.
✓ The current sites of action available to UK growers who want to control cereal diseases.
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